Hi Chuck. I'm pressed for time, hence being brief. Chris can probably explain in more detail anyway. Your website above is a 'naked link'. It's theorized that Google prefers something like this for SEO purposes. Sarasota's Finest Roof Cleaning Company I hope you're doing well and kicking cancer's ass!!
We're running about 10:1 on roof mix, 10 gallons of mix for every ONE ounce of Slo Mo. ( I just put about 20oz in a tank today, in preparation for tomorrow) And much like you, we use it for everything; roofs, housewashes, etc. I have no vested interest other than it a great product, and at the price point, WITH shipping costs, it's more cost effective than anything else that I'm aware of. Well done Rex and Lori.
There's something else about this surfactant that I've noticed, as compared to my prior surfactant that I've used for years; I see no visible traces of it because it's CLEAR. With the other stuff I used, secondary treatments would leave faint, white outlines. This Slo Mo does NOT. One less expectation to have to set with our clients. Good stuff. I'm a card carrying member of the Slo Mo club.....
Over s year later, and we STILL get calls from that article. I just had another customer call today because of it. Here's the article. And believe it or not, yesterday makes the third year in a row I've been in the Washington Post for something :-) Photo only this time. Ringside at the fights. It's TIME!!! :-)
Ray, the vast majority of our business is roofs (by design), but we have a Project Management Company that hires us for all kinds of things, so we do what we can to keep them happy. And we've done some 'monuments' for them. 'Monument' in this case, refers to the stone/granite/masonry entrances at sub-divisions and other properties. We've used standard roof mix with very good success. Just like with a roof, I prep them that lichen etc will take time to decompose, and at the same time, remind them that we do not use any pressure, zero chances of scarring the material. There may be better ways, but this works for us. And it's very cost effective, AND the OP has been very good as well. Let us know how it turns out and take some before and after pics! (I have some somewhere I'll try to dig up too.)
At about $20 each, I think that they're a good value for the money. I'll use them from now on. A friend and I have a custom shop making something for us that might just be very beneficial as well. More on that once we have them in hand and have beta-tested the prototypes.
Thanks Chuck and Chris. Let's pick the meanest biker bar in Fl next winter, and go raise a little hell, since you guys have my back :-) I thought my post was quite clear "Presuming you're a would be vendor, say as much." So, if ya ain't, ya ain't. Hope you're beating than damned cancer Chuck.